Near the lake, on Meech Creek, are the ruins of a fertilizer plant built by Thomas "Carbide" Willson during the 1900s.In 1981, Willson's former summer home (the Willson House) on Meech Lake was converted into a government conference centre.Many of our restaurants try to feature the Adirondacks' locally grown foods and boast great local and imported beers as well as hard to find wines.Enjoy an artful meal on a scenic outdoor patio and then catch an art exhibit opening, concert, or theatre performance to complete your day.The Computer Access Center was established well over 20 years ago, originally as a place where people without computer access could go and use our equipment.With the introduction of the internet by the Computer Access Center in 1995 to the city of Williams Lake, the Center focused on the internet side of providing various services including access as well as website hosting and emails and training people in all facets of computer use both on the internet as well as for other tasks.The culinary arts are alive and well in Saranac Lake!
[Editor’s note: “Cynthia Bowman” is a pseudonym, as are other names denoted with an asterisk.
Nestled in the wilderness of Northwest Ontario, you will find Long Legged Lake.
Long Legged Lake is 17,000 acre body of water expanding over a 27 mile distance.
Long Legged Lake still holds the Ontario record for the hybrid (tiger) musky.
) Long Legged Lake has a long history dating back to the 1800's.